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Jazz Play-Along Volume 58 - More Lennon And McCartney

Jazz Play-Along Volume 58 - More Lennon And McCartney
Hal Leonard

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SKU AM4338
Author Hal Leonard
Format Book/CD
Duration 72 pages
Notation Standard Notation & Chord Symbols
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Hal Leonard
Departments Jazz - All Instruments
 
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With some of the most instantly familiar and heart-warming melodies ever heard in pop, it's no surprise that the songs of The Beatles have become an integral part of the Jazz repertoire too! From the gentle simplicity of Michelle and Norwegian Wood, to the rock n' roll strut of Can't Buy Me Love and All My Loving, every song offers unique improvisation opportunities to help your Jazz playing develop.

This set contains a versatile Play-along CD for improvisation, study and performance, and with a choice of backing tracks (A split track with melody, removable bass and piano parts and a full stereo rhythm section), and easy to read, authentic and accurate lead sheets, players of all instruments will enjoy these terrific pieces.

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